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Honda Jazz

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Published: 05 Jun 2020
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On fuel economy, the hybrid system certainly does its job. You'll find 50mpg is on, even if you do a lot on motorways where hybrids traditionally fall down. On single carriageways or in town the 62mpg WLTP number is feasible.

It keeps you safe. Lining the high-strength steel body is a panoply of safety assist, standard from base model up. That includes vehicle, pedestrian and cyclist detection, lane centring, radar cruise, road-edge sensing and LED headlamps.

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Plus there are 10 airbags, including one that pops up between the driver and passenger to prevent them mashing into each other in a side crash.

If you can manage to drive it as far as 90,000 miles in three years, you'll only just be exhausting the warranty.

The cheapest SE is a squeak under £19k. A lot for a supermini, if not a lot for a super-roomy one with full hybrid drive. And the SE comes in on a launch PCP of £199 a month over three years, if you put in a £4,417 deposit.

The two-tone Crosstar is available only in top spec, at £23,850.

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